Plant genetic resources: foundations for a food-secure and climate-resilient future in the Caribbean
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Navarrete-Frías, Carolina; Umaharan, Path; Debouck, Daniel; García, Sergio; Fuller, Carlos; Gibson, Norman; Jarvis, Andy; Castañeda-Álvarez, Nora; Nowak, Andreea. 2013. Plant genetic resources: foundations for a food-secure and climate-resilient future in the Caribbean. CIAT Policy Brief No. 10. Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical (CIAT), Cali, Colombia. 6 p.
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Across the Caribbean, climate change will bring about not only challenges but also a wide array of opportunities, which lend greater significance to the region’s wealth of plant genetic resources. Realizing the potential of those resources to help ensure food security and build more-resilient agricultural systems in the face of climate change will require stronger regional cooperation. Its central aims should be to develop timely interventions across national borders that improve the collection, conservation, and sharing of plant genetic resources.